Paolo Roversi is an international star of fashion and advertising photography. He is fascinated by studio portraiture. Since he began in 1973, his work has been like a private journal written day after day, photo after photo, with much love and passion... From his studio, Roversi imagined Deauville as it was in the Belle Époque, when Coco Chanel opened her first boutique in 1913, but also as it is today, with its men, women, children, and the celebrities encountered on its boardwalk.
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